Despite its being the best-selling manga in Japan, I never jumped aboard One Piece. The weird, noodly art style had always turned me off, so I never bothered giving it a chance. Then one day I said to myself, "Stop being a little punk," and began the arduous task of catching up on all 700+ chapters as quickly as I could.
I started roughly a week and a half ago and have just finished the Thriller Bark arc. The art, while still quite goofy, has really endeared itself to me. The whole series is pretty amazing -- I can understand why it's so popular. Even though each arc follows a similar formula, there's always enough room for fresh experiences, with some of the zaniest fights I have ever seen. I should have started reading years ago.
This weekend, Jim descends into Cookie Clicker madness, Sup Holmes? remembers the good ol' days with former Dtoider Leigh Alexander, EA gets kicked in the pocketbook, and the Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter hits the nitrous.
We're playing The Legend of Dungeon live!
Cookie Clicker - Now Bloody Playing
Sup Holmes finds sexy videogame land with Leigh Alexander
Welcome to the Slam, We're playing Space Jam on Rad Show
Community blogs of 9/28 & 9/29
Forum thread of the day: Your Verbosity is Superfluous: Big Word and Syntax Thread
Vote on Mighty No. 9 support character Call's design
EA to pay tens of millions to NCAA student athletes
Team Meat's Tommy R. previews the Steam controller
Precursor Games: Shadow of the Eternals 'on hold'
Killzone: Shadow Fall boasts dedicated servers
Mega Man 2 composer joins the Mighty No. 9 team
EVE Online releasing 20th expansion in November
38 Studios assets to be auctioned this November
Heroes of StarCraft mod adds hero units to Civilization V
Asylum Jam is horror games without 'scary crazy people'
Isaac sells over 2 mil, gets mini-documentary and sale
Potatoman Seeks the Troof hits Ouya on Oct. 2nd
See all the Wonderful 101 characters in their underwear
Divinity: Original Sin release date set for February 28
How to animate River City Ransom: Underground
PS4 SRPG Natural Doctrine looks promising in new trailer